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Tamil actress Bhuvaneswari to pen her autobiography?
Bhuvaneswari who was arrested a few days back by the Chennai Police for running a brothel will soon be writing her autobiography. Would it have many untold secrets in it?
TAMIL ACTRESS, Bhuvaneswari who was arrested a few days back by the Chennai Police for running a brothel will soon be writing her autobiography.The sexy actress was arrested for the second time, along with a couple of young girls from her residence in Adayar. Initially the actress denied the accusations and said she was with her friends when she was arrested but later on she gave in and accepted her invovlement in the flesh trade. Earlier she was arrested in 2002 by Chennai Police but was released later.
Bhuvaneswari's arrest has triggered a storm and has been one of the most discussed topic since the last few days. Firstly the actress was arrested, then Dinamalar editor B Lenin was put behind bars and later released on bail for publishing an article, giving out details of actors with photographs who were involved in it. The actress has also claimed that she has substantial evidence against them to prove her allegations on the condition that prove action be taken against them without the police bending down to any pressure as her elite clientele consisted of well known celebrities and even politicians.
Now, once again if sources are to be believed, Bhuvaneswari would pen down her autobiography, which would have many untold secrets in it.
Bhuvaneswari has acted in a number of Tamil and Telugu flicks like Shankar's Boys and serials which include Bharathi Raja's Therkathi Ponnu.
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